14 Fresh Typography Experiments for Designers
Typography is a big part of every designer’s life and must be paid a lot of attention to it. Getting inspired for this particular category is a must. Lucky for you, I deliver new and interesting examples every few weeks after I filter more than three or four times the amount of type illustrations that you have here.
Typography with a sweet taste of sugar. A nice composition, an excellent execution. Sometimes not that much is needed to make the type look tasty. The typeface used below is Cutiful.
Hand lettering by Ray Fenwick, cutting out by Dan Mogford.
An illustration created by Nik Ainley. Notice how well every single letter (e.g. “l” and “s”) fits in the composition.
Newstand Cover for Computer Arts issue 139
Alejandro Paul’s Affair typography from Argentina: typography dominates in the composition, the swirly headline is just breathtaking.
Created by Michael van Laar using Freebooter Script.
Dessert type for a dessert announcement.
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Nothing can beat old-style-typography. Nothing.
Apparently, typography can be used for a number of purposes. Typographical Motorsports: simple yet interesting.
It is worth a discussion if “overlettering” actually helps to deliver a message, but the type looks nicely. And the choice of colors is impressive.
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Impressive lettering by Ale Paul.
The attention to detail is remarkable. Designed by Theo Aartsma.